The charming ritual of hosting a Tea Party is attributed to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford in the early 1800s. While on a visit to a friend's castle, the Duchess had a moment of weakness in the afternoon. It was common to only have breakfast and dinner during the day. After being served tea, and a light snack, the Duchess felt better.
She so enjoyed that little tea break; she began inviting her friends to join her once she returned home. The practice spread, and the charming ritual of hosting a Tea Party was born. Sharing tea sandwiches, sweets, and a pot of tea with friends and family, always warms the heart.
A tea party is an elegant gathering with friends and family for special occasions.
Queen's Tea Includes,
Children's Tea Party
Her Majesty the Queen's Jewels are not available for any event except the Queen's and Princess' Teas.
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